A/Prof. Hilary Glow

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Associate Professor

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Law

Department

BL Deakin Business School

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Qualifications

Master of Arts, Royal Melb Inst. of Technology, 2001
Doctor of Philosophy (Arts), University of Melbourne, 2007
Graduate Certificate of Higher Education, Deakin University, 2007

Contact

hilary.glow@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 925 17361

Biography summary

Hilary Glow is an Associate Professor at Deakin University where she is Director of the Arts and Cultural Management Program in the Faculty of Business and Law. Dr Glow is the author of books, book chapters and research papers on arts participation and audience engagement, arts and cultural policy, local government arts and cultural policy and planning, Indigenous performing arts and youth arts.

Dr Glow has undertaken research for arts organisations as well as local and state government that has involved reviewing programs, providing evaluation models, developing arts and cultural policies, and examining barriers to arts participation. Currently, Dr Glow and colleagues are conducting research with VicHealth to provide an evaluation of 6 performing arts projects funded to address issues of race discrimination.

Dr Glow is also the Director of the Arts Participation Incubator (API) which she started in 2012 with seed funding from Deakin University. The API is directed to finding the fruitful ground between the arts sector, social innovation and scholarly research; to this end it incubates projects, conversations and collaborations between artists, arts managers and producers, social entrepreneurs and innovators, technologists, futurists, not for profit and community organisations, businesses, philanthropists and governments.

Research interests

Audience research

Arts participation and audience engagement

Cultural policy

Local government arts and cultural policy and planning

Teaching interests

Arts and cultural management

Cultural Policy

Research groups

Arts Participation Incubator

http://artsparticipationincubator.com

Awards

  • 2014 International Association for Public Participation (iap2) Core Value Award was awarded to Associate Professor Hilary Glow as Director of the Arts Participation Incubator (API) for "outstanding innovation in the field of community engagement".
  • 2012 Deakin University award for outstanding achievement in research partnerships. Research team: Audience engagement and participation in the arts.
  • 2010 Vice Chancellor's award for outstanding contribution to research, early career researcher
  • 2009 commendation for excellence in teaching, Faculty of Business and Law

Publications

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2017

'The problem with permanence is that you're stuck with it': the public arts centre building in the twenty-first century

H Glow, K Johanson

(2017), pp. 1-11, International journal of cultural policy, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal
2015

A virtuous circle: the positive evaluation phenomenon in arts audience research

K Johanson, H Glow

(2015), Vol. 12, pp. 254-270, Participations, Aberystwyth, Scotland, C1

journal
2014

New modes of arts participation and the limits of cultural indicators for local government

K Johanson, H Glow, A Kershaw

(2014), Vol. 43, pp. 43-59, Poetics, Amsterdam, Netherlands, C1

journal

The advantage of proximity : the distinctive role of local government in cultural policy

K Johanson, A Kershaw, H Glow

(2014), Vol. 73, pp. 218-234, Australian journal of public administration, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal

More yuppy stuff coming soon: gentrification, cultural policy, social inclusion and the arts

H Glow, K Johanson, A Kershaw

(2014), Vol. 28, pp. 495-508, Continuum, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal

The value of 'being there': How the live experience measures quality for the audience

J Radbourne, K Johanson, H Glow

(2014), pp. 55-68, Coughing and clapping : investigating audience experience, Surrey, Eng., B1

chapter
2013

Knowing and measuring the audience experience

J Radbourne, H Glow, K Johanson

(2013), pp. 1-13, The audience experience: a critical analysis of audiences in the performing arts, Bristol, England, B1

chapter

Challenging cultural authority: a case study in participative audience engagement

H Glow

(2013), pp. 35-48, The audience experience: a critical analysis of audiences in the performing arts, Bristol, England, B1

chapter
2012

The state of play : protocols as children's cultural policy

H Glow, K Johanson

(2012), Vol. 18, pp. 1-12, International journal of cultural policy, Abingdon, England, C1

journal

'It's not enough for the work of art to be great' : children and young people as museum visitors

K Johanson, H Glow

(2012), Vol. 9, pp. 26-42, Participations, Middlesex, England, C1

journal

Cultural leadership and audience engagement : a case study of the Theatre Royal Stratford East

H Glow

(2012), pp. 131-143, Arts leadership : international case studies, Melbourne, Vic., B1

chapter
2011

Being and becoming : children as audiences

K Johanson, H Glow

(2011), Vol. 27, pp. 60-70, N T Q. New Theatre Quarterly, Cambridge, England, C1

journal

Festivals, artists and entrepreneurialism : the role of the Adelaide Fringe Festival

J Caust, H Glow

(2011), Vol. 6, pp. 1-14, International journal of event management research, Brisbane, Q.L.D., C1

journal
2010

Valuing participation : artists and the Adelaide fringe festival

H Glow, J Caust

(2010), Vol. 8, pp. 413-424, International journal of the humanities, Altona, Vic., C1

journal

Building capacity or burning out? Supporting indigenous performing artists and filmmakers

H Glow, K Johanson

(2010), pp. 71-84, Media international Australia, incorporating culture and policy, St Lucia, Qld., C1

journal

Measuring the intrinsic benefits of arts attendance

J Radbourne, H Glow, K Johanson

(2010), Vol. 19, pp. 307-324, Cultural trends, London, England, C1

journal

Empowering audiences to measure quality

J Radbourne, K Johanson, H Glow

(2010), Vol. 7, pp. 360-379, Participations : journal of audience & reception studies, Middlesex, England, C1

journal

Hidden stories : listening to the audience at the live performance

J Radbourne, H Glow, K Johanson

(2010), pp. 1-14, Double dialogues, Canterbury, Vic., C1

journal

Taking a critical approach to arts management

H Glow

(2010), Vol. 7, pp. 585-594, Asia Pacific journal of arts & cultural management, Adelaide, S. A., C1

journal
2009

Your genre is black : indigenous performing arts and policy

H Glow, K Johanson

(2009), Strawberry Hills, N.S.W., A1

book

Audience experience : measuring quality in the performing arts

J Radbourne, K Johanson, H Glow, T White

(2009), Vol. 11, pp. 16-29, International journal of arts management, Montreal, Quebec, C1

journal

Instrumentalism and the 'helping' discourse : Australian indigenous performing arts and policy

H Glow, K Johanson

(2009), Vol. 15, pp. 315-329, International journal of cultural policy, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Honour bound in Australia : from defensive nationalism to critical nationalism

K Johanson, H Glow

(2009), Vol. 11, pp. 385-396, National identities, Basingstoke, England, C1

journal

How to (re) value Indigenous performing arts

L Johnson, H Glow, K Johanson

(2009), Vol. 6, pp. 391-396, The Asia Pacific journal of arts and cultural management, Adelaide, S.A., C1

journal

Indigenous performing arts and the problem of judging 'excellence': A discussion paper

H Glow, K Johanson

(2009), Vol. 6, pp. 382-390, The Asia Pacific journal of arts and cultural management, Adelaide, S.A., C1

journal
2008

I'm here to save you : a case study of the arts and managerialism in Australia

H Glow, S Minahan

(2008), Vol. 13, pp. 133-145, Journal of workplace rights, New York, N.Y., C1

journal

Culture and political party ideology in Australia

K Johanson, H Glow

(2008), Vol. 38, pp. 37-50, Journal of arts management, law, and society, Washington, D.C., C1

journal

Australian indigenous performing arts and cultural policy

H Glow, K Johanson

(2008), ICCPR 2008 : Proceedings of the fifth International Conference on Cultural Policy Research, Istanbul, Turkey, E1-1

conference
2007

Power plays : Australian theatre and the public agenda

H Glow

(2007), Strawberry Hills, N.S.W., A1

book

Voices of dissent in the age of emperor Kennett

H Glow, K Johanson, G D'Cruz

(2007), pp. 174-185, Class act: Melbourne workers theatre 1987-2007, Carlton North, Vic., B1

chapter

A creative twist: management theory, creativity and the arts

P Gahan, S Minahan, H Glow

(2007), Vol. 13, pp. 41-50, Journal of management & organization, Maleny, Qld., C1

journal

Turning Victoria into cultural capital: Victorian arts policy 1992-1999

H Glow, K Johanson

(2007), Vol. 90, pp. 123-132, Journal of Australian studies, St. Lucia, Qld., C1

journal

Re-thinking multiculturalism: performing the Cronulla beach riot

K Johanson, H Glow

(2007), Vol. 5, pp. 37-43, International journal of the humanities, Altona, Vic., C1

journal

Managerialism and the arts : a complete and utter bloody waste of time

H Glow, S Minahan

(2007), pp. 1-19, ANZAM 2007 : Managing our intellectual and social capital, Sofitel Wentworth, Sydney, N.S.W., E1

conference
2006

Recent indigenous theatre in Australia:the politics of autobiography

H Glow

(2006), Vol. 4, pp. 71-77, International journal of the humanities, Altona, Vic., C1

journal

Looking for cultural value: critiques of Australian cultural policy

H Glow, K Johanson

(2006), Vol. 4, pp. 259-269, Asia Pacific journal of arts and cultural management, Adelaide, S.Aust., C1

journal
2005

Dying in the arts: creativity as metaphor

H Glow, S Minahan, P Gahan

(2005), pp. 1-13, ANZAM 2005 : Engaging the multiple contexts of management : convergence and divergence of management theory and practice : proceedings of the 19th ANZAM conference, Canberra, A.C.T., E1

conference

On the margins : a study of the representation of the arts in the news pages of the newspaper

H Glow

(2005), AIMAC 2005 : Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Arts & Cultural Management, Montreal, Canada, E1-1

conference
2004

The politics of exclusion: political censorship and the arts-as-industry paradigm

H Glow, K Johanson

(2004), Vol. 2, pp. 128-141, Asia Pacific journal of arts and cultural management, Adelaide, S. Aust., C1

journal
2001

Faking it : representations of the arts in the news

H Glow

(2001), Vol. 70, pp. 89-97, Journal of Australian studies, St Lucia, Queensland, C1-1

journal

Funded Projects at Deakin

Other Public Sector Funding

Adelaide fringe festival: Understanding the value of the fringe festival as understood by artists, participants and the fringe itself.

A/Prof Hilary Glow, A/Prof Jo Caust

  • 2009: $10,000

Arts audiences: measuring quality in the performing arts

A/Prof Katya Johanson, A/Prof Hilary Glow, Prof Jennifer Radbourne, Ms Judy Morton

  • 2011: $9,886

Maribyrnong City Arts and Cultural Framework

A/Prof Katya Johanson, Ms Anne Kershaw, A/Prof Hilary Glow, Ms Marian De Groot

  • 2012: $23,671

City of Moonee Valley Audience Research Report

Ms Anne Kershaw, A/Prof Katya Johanson, A/Prof Hilary Glow

  • 2012: $20,000

Arts About Us Evaluation

A/Prof Hilary Glow, Ms Anne Kershaw, A/Prof Katya Johanson, Prof Yin Paradies

  • 2015: $39,000
  • 2014: $21,000
  • 2013: $60,000

Festival City Review

A/Prof Hilary Glow, A/Prof Katya Johanson

  • 2014: $8,000
  • 2013: $2,000

An evaluation of the 'Culture Counts' trial 2015-16

A/Prof Hilary Glow, A/Prof Katya Johanson

  • 2016: $6,000
  • 2015: $10,526

Public Diplomacy Evaluation

Dr Amanda Coles, A/Prof Katya Johanson, A/Prof Hilary Glow, Dr Jordan Vincent

  • 2017: $50,000

Industry and Other Funding

Arts and Cultural Leadership in Australia

A/Prof Hilary Glow

  • 2011: $55,473

Arts Participation Incubator: Documentation and Dissemination of Best Practice in Building Arts Participation

A/Prof Hilary Glow

  • 2013: $15,000

Evaluation of the Melbourne Fringe 'Compass' Program

A/Prof Katya Johanson, A/Prof Hilary Glow

  • 2016: $7,000

Supervisions

Associate Supervisor
2016

Yoni Prior

Thesis entitled: Pragmatic Dramaturgy: The Creative Management of Limits in Performance-Making Processes

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts

2014

David Adamson

Thesis entitled: A Dramaturgy of Autobiographical Fragments: Theatre, Autobiography, and Walter Benjamin

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts

2012

Jonathan Hopwood

Thesis entitled: Strategic Thinking and the Creative Process in Event Management

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Management and Marketing